January 2003. From the Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy, this chart and table show the impact of state and local taxes (by type of tax, in total before taking federal deductibility into consideration, and in total after taking federal deductibility into consideration) on the family incomes of non-elderly New Yorkers broken down into seven income categories, ranging from the bottom 20% (taxpayers with incomes of less than $15,000) to the top 1% (taxpayers with incomes above $634,000). (PDF)

Published On: January 31st, 2003|Categories: Blog, NYS Tax Policy, Tax & Budget|

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January 2003. From the Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy, this chart and table show the impact of state and local taxes (by type of tax, in total before taking federal deductibility into consideration, and in total after taking federal deductibility into consideration) on the family incomes of non-elderly New Yorkers broken down into seven income categories, ranging from the bottom 20% (taxpayers with incomes of less than $15,000) to the top 1% (taxpayers with incomes above $634,000). (PDF)

Published On: January 31st, 2003|Categories: Blog, NYS Tax Policy, Tax & Budget|

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